Maé, 6, and her mother found dead with their throats cut: the girl’s father obtains compensation 10 years later
Gaëlle, 30, and her daughter Maé, 6, were found dead on September 26, 2010, in Saint-Pierre-Les-Elbeuf, France.
The two victims had been stabbed and slaughtered in their apartment.
The murderer, now 52, is serving a life sentence. At the material time he was the mother’s companion.
Ten years after the tragedy, the girl’s father obtained compensation this week.
In 2015, the expert retained a handicap (functional deficit) of 15% given the anxiety-depressive syndrome presented by the father due to the bereavement. Bereavement which has consequences on his professional life
After a procedure that lasted for years, he obtained a total compensation of € 259,100, namely € 18,000 for the handicap, € 32,250 for the current loss of earnings, € 50,000 for professional incidence and € 158,850 for future loss of wages, calculated until retirement age at 65.